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The A.V.P is located approx 2/3 way along Runway 23R (Runway 1) and offers excellent views of both flying and taxiing aircraft. It has 3 raised platforms for better viewing and photography, a very good snack bar, Family picnic areas and clean Male and Female toilet facilities. There is also a well-stocked aviation shop selling books, aircraft models, binoculars and radios etc.
 
The A.V.P is located approx 2/3 way along Runway 23R (Runway 1) and offers excellent views of both flying and taxiing aircraft. It has 3 raised platforms for better viewing and photography, a very good snack bar, Family picnic areas and clean Male and Female toilet facilities. There is also a well-stocked aviation shop selling books, aircraft models, binoculars and radios etc.
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Signposted from main terminal areas and railway station. There is a small charge for admission £1 for pedestrians, £3 for a car & Driver and £1 per passenger, children under 16 free. This area also contains a British Airways Concorde (which you can book a tour of, for approx £12), BAe Avro 146-RX100, Monarch DC-10 nose section, De Havilland Vampire jet fighter (at the moment been removed for restoration), and a BEA Trident 3B aircraft resplendent in full BEA Colours.
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Signposted from main terminal areas and railway station. There is a small charge for admission £1 for pedestrians, £3 for a car & Driver and £1 per passenger, children under 16 free. This area also contains a [['''British Airways Concorde G-BOAC''']] (which you can book a tour of, for approx £12), BAe Avro 146-RX100, Monarch DC-10 nose section, De Havilland Vampire jet fighter (at the moment been removed for restoration), and a BEA Trident 3B aircraft resplendent in full BEA Colours.
    
The A.V.P is situated off the A538 between Junction 6 of the M56 motorway and the airport tunnels.  
 
The A.V.P is situated off the A538 between Junction 6 of the M56 motorway and the airport tunnels.  
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